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Storm Cellar 5.1 ebook

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Storm Cellar's latest issue — The Benefits of Theft Over Honest Toil — in ebook form for your reading delectation.

Featuring:
FICTION by John Allen, Julia Butschkow translated by Peter Sean Woltemade
CREATIVE NONFICTION by Harry Leeds, Chila Woychik
FLASH by Meher Ali, Stephanie Dickinson, Camille Meyer, Thea Swanson, Dan Nielsen
POETRY by Courtney Marie, Caleb Nelson, Robert Fanning, Gen Del Raye, Danielle Susi, Kimberly Ann, Alan Jernigan, Daniel Hales, Joel Allegretti, Marc Harshman, Virginia Smith Rice
IMAGES by Azia DuPont, Nathan Nielsen, Stephanie Flood, Samantha Fortenberry, Samantha Peterson, Bill Wolak, Rob Jefferson and a cover by Rob Jefferson

84 pp, full color.

Looking for the print edition? Head here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/292184911/

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5 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed by emcathow
5 out of 5 stars
Sep 30, 2017
Storm Cellar 6.2 print

Reviewed by gggales1
5 out of 5 stars
Oct 16, 2016
Lovely issue, one of my favorite pieces was the very first by Ana Arredondo.
Storm Cellar 5.2 ebook

Reviewed by Janet Edwards
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 3, 2013
thanks! can't wait to read through it.
Storm Cellar 2.2 ebook - The "Women" Issue

Reviewed by Janet Edwards
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 3, 2013
thanks! can't wait to read through it.
Storm Cellar 2.1 eBook

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